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Emery (girl) vs. Emerson (girl)

Hi, I’m wondering what name you guys prefer and reasons why you prefer it. Middle name suggestions for your pick are helpful also, thanks:)

The Top Baby Name is...

Emery (Girl)


Emerson (Girl)


Poll created: Jul 27, 2014
Total Votes: 11


Personally, I think Emery is more appealing as a girl name than Emerson which sounds very masculine because of the "son" in the name and it’s meaning.
posted by guest :: Jul 27, 2014 09:22 AM | report
No matter how many times I hear Emerson on a girl my first instinct is that it’s a boy name. I like Emery a lot more.
posted by guest :: Jul 27, 2014 09:25 AM | report
They’re both very masculine. But I guess Emery is a little less masculine than Emerson.

Everly would be really nice and seems much more feminine.
posted by guest :: Jul 27, 2014 09:25 AM | report
When I hear those names I automatically think that they’re boys names. Why not go for something simple like Emma or maybe Emmline. I know a girl called Emerica and she loves it!!
posted by guest :: Jul 27, 2014 09:29 AM | report
I agree the -son and the meaning of Emerson put me off it as a girls name and Emery reminds me of an Emory board. If you’re set on one of these two then I would go with Emery but have you considered Emily, Ember, Emmanuelle, Emberly?
posted by guest :: Jul 27, 2014 09:35 AM | report
I love Emery for a girl, it doesn’t sound masculine at all to me.....It actually sounds VERY feminine to me.
posted by guest :: Jul 27, 2014 10:32 AM | report
Neither of them are real great for a girl. They both seem boyish.
posted by guest :: Jul 27, 2014 10:45 AM | report
I love Emerson for a girl!! Its a beautiful name! Whatever you decide, it will be great!
posted by guest :: Sep 21, 2014 09:08 PM | report

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